After Sunday's 30-23 loss to the San Diego Chargers, I think we can come away from the game thinking, "that wasn't too bad." All things considered, this game had the makings of a blowout before it started, with the Browns losing their best defensive player last week and losing their starting running back. Instead, we saw several young players on offense step up...
- WR Brian Robiskie: 4 catches for 69 yards.
- TE Evan Moore: 6 catches for 80 yards.
- RB Jerome Harrison: 10 carries for 35 yards. 7 catches for 62 yards and 2 touchdowns.
While Brady Quinn had a costly fumble early on, his performance was arguably one of the best ones of his career, as he tossed three touchdowns and looked more comfortable for most of the game.
The defensive side of things weren't as pretty, as we watched Antonio Gates catch jump balls over our defenders all game long, and the Charger running backs take off on dumpoff patterns all game long. It's a short week until our next game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pittsburgh have lost four straight after falling to the Raiders. It might not seem like the Browns can beat the Steelers, but after Pittsburgh has lost to Kansas City and now Oakland, who knows?